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Ikuta Ryokuchi – Rose Garden in Kawasaki

Kawasaki, a city in Kanagawa-ken, has a 1.2-hectare park named Ikuta Ryokuchi. They have many places to visit such as Kawasaki Municipal Science Museum, Japan Open Air Folk House Museum, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Yomiuri Land, and Kawasaki Art Center. But the one that I will share here is the rose garden.

Lavendar hydrangea covered in water droplets, at Toshimaen

Beautiful Ajisai: Hydrangeas at Tokyo's Toshimaen

Located just 15 minutes from Ikebukuro, Toshimaen Amusement Park is packed with an astounding variety of hydrangeas for its small size and is well worth a visit to soothe away the stress of city life. Hydrangeas are beautiful, hydrophilic flowers that bloom throughout the melancholy month of June in vivid shades of blue, pink, and purple.

Strolling Through Kawaguchi Green Center Saitama

Tired of trekking into Tokyo to visit a nice park? Or fancy venturing outside of the big city to explore a park less swamped by tourists? In either case, Kawaguchi Green Center could be the place for you! Situated in Kawaguchi, in the south of Saitama Prefecture, Kawaguchi Green Center is a large botanical garden of around 160,000 square meters, with a range of attractions for all ages to see and enjoy.

Nagoya Castle, the Rival Not-to-be

According to some, had it not been destroyed by bombardments in World War II, the Nagoya Castle would have surpassed Himeji Castle, as Japan’s most impressive feudal castle. Nonetheless, its current ferroconcrete reconstruction from 1959 and surrounding Meijo Park with over 2,000 cherry trees makes for a marvelous sight in early spring. But the castle is a picturesque vision throughout the year with a variety of blooms.

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